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IMU Alumnus Works as Medical Science Liasion at Multinational Company

06 Nov 2015

Andrew Neoh Woei Keat, an International Medical University (IMU) Alumni, started studying for his pharmacy degree in 2008 and graduated in 2012. He is currently working as a Medical Science Liaison for Johnson & Johnson Malaysia overseeing the medical-related affairs for two major portfolios – Oncology and Haematology therapeutic areas. off work Upon completion of his degree, Andrew worked part-time as a pharmacist’s assistant in Lotus Pharmacy Bukit Mertajam while waiting for his Provisional Registered Pharmacist posting. This gave him good exposure to the retail aspect of the pharmacy profession. He felt that the Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) programme in IMU prepared him well to handle any medical and drug/non-drug related enquires from the general public. at work 1 As a Medical Science Liaison for Johnson & Johnson Malaysia, he supports the quality use of medicines through clinically relevant and scientifically robust interactions with leading specialists as a trusted scientific counterpart. He is also jointly responsible to support optimal patient outcomes through communication of data, information, knowledge and insights in treatment patterns in support of healthcare professional needs and company goals. “I organise/coordinate and participate in Medical Education activities, including Advisory Boards in collaboration with Medical Advisor/Director, Continuous Medical Education and Workshops. I also provide scientific support to company Sales Representatives such as training, scientific communication with leading specialists and champion medical benefits of products and contribute to foster innovative therapeutic approaches to benefit patients through scientific interactions with leading specialists.”

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